ECO 204 The Global Economic Context and Sustainable Value Chains
The Global Economic Context and Sustainable Value Chains
Class hours: 42
Credits (ECTS): 6
LM-EM – Specialization in Management for a Civil and Sustainable Economy
Biennial: a.y. 2022-2024
Course held in English
The course advances the knowledge and understanding of the principal institutions and practices of the global economy. Topics covered include: international trade; the determination of exchange rates and their real and financial effects; monetary policies and the international monetary system; economic development and its links with international trade and finance. Special attention is given to international value chains, their role in the international distribution of income, and the perspectives for rebalancing them to the benefit of disadvantaged producers and the environment.
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